BPNX1024: Reusable Sweat Rate Sensor (New Project)


Sweat rate can provide the precautious signal of hyperhidrosis, hypohidrosis, and autonomic dysfunction. Currently, microfluidic and hygrometer-based sweat rate sensors are two types of available real-time sweat rate sensors. However, microfluidic device has issues of low temporal resolution, limited volume capacity, and surrounding artifact dependencies, while hygrometer-based devices also has overfilling and environmental artifact issues. In this work, we present reusable sweat rate sensor for continuous monitoring of sweat rate with novel sensor design.

Project is currently funded by: Industry Sponsored Research

Publication date: 
February 23, 2024
Publication type: 
BSAC Project Materials (Current)
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